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FiKiy -Aajust IS. IK SO. N employee oi"th oUce, i?ntgt othir p Tssn !s teSsorisod to make ?n.-chae or ontract d"bt for and en aocoer.t of tLs nntAiD. So bitlj ajiifls' the He:iAi.D r.-ill be recognized except lor pnrchLP-jsand con tract made by itu? proprietors jn'reu.Uiliy or b;xji tiirir wril'.n ordr. MARICOPA MATTERS. Local Event rJ Week. the r itlSI As They Appeared in the HerafJV' "fimlv SATrstDAT. Porter lefi. y. In Ire T:nou. stcrdav for : Dr. Wharton has returned from a trip to uv CreeK.. . .. . TJ.e thermometer in i'rescott stood Hi U0a Thursday, almost as Lot us - our city. TV; delinquent sf-ck of the Grand Cin-il was sold ut public auction this morning. H-.n. G. Ti. Taylor will L et lire on poiii ics, ut We'll.) .-rence. spued -.vi.li i -i.ie !tetoiiot Carroll to-night. ItsV. Kx. n. layior wi.i rrcuvu i.. thj I'.-csbyieria-i church to-nioiro.v C- etiing at 7 :S0 V. G"o. F. Co its i bn?y pucking jrnifes and peaches and ihi;j)in t'heci to ditf ;reiU points. Col. S .e?r, of Present t. wr.s in the ci;y yesterJ.iy fid took hi. departure for Sua Fiaiicico lat niht. Ja:ii.-.s Ste.vurt an 1 O.m S:evens S-ip?Tiaianilea7i ot the trro staire liri;s ruaain tiiroui our city are in Dau. Thos. Gree:dia.v has m-ide applica tion for the appoiutintvil of Hd uinU riitir of the es ite of Daniel Detrkh whi) was m er.icdy ninrdered at his Btattoa on tLe Giia, Jaiy l'i. G. II Willitts has onen-?d a laun- ory, itronmi the ooruer from "dej er's )ivoy stable. He Rsks the patronage ti our pet-pie, promising to do his vor!f in a superior m-.ii '.er and at a reasonable price. Give hiru a trial. The eccnd shipment of the Tip Top, it.uouiiling to about S'2'J,l)'J!J wettid not J't the exact figures ar rived in Marieop.i yesterday. This makes about !fo3,0.j0 for the mouth. Pretty good for a tea slump mil! but iiol a !:t belter than u doz.-n other properties in liie Brudshaws could tio ir tliry o:dy had a c'.iaare. Tiie din-:!" rorri of the Bark Ex change Hotel will cht-ne nianasre raent to-iuorrcw noniinr, Mrs. Wes Fels tas iiig charge. This lady has heretofore coaducled tite hotel a: Ihe Tier mioe but wiii take up a perrr.tnjTit rt sidvncc in PhT.iix. The patrons of this popu'ar ho;cl may rest ai-sared tnat the ta'jle riil be un-Btirj-assed by rr.y in the city. Q die a large crowd w;:s in attend ance Ijst eveaiu.!! at the second meet, jr, cf the Garfield and Arthur flab. The following freutiemcn were elected as permanent oniCji"3 of the ljti: freident, O. H. P.bhee s; Vijc Presidents, J. H. Creamer and 11. Jlayer; Treasiirf.-. R. L. Lent;: Secretary. C. K. McL'lintoci;. The retiring Vhairmitn, W'm. Isarc. made n few remarics thar;!-:i:i the club for t'leli.inor of beinsr selei-ted : s tiie clt:iirma:i of the tirst R'pub";ieau or a.dzii'u in litis county. The coni mitlcroii room reported ihat arrantrc coaJd lie made for the u-e of ihe Court Ilou-e once per week; also tiial the large room lately occupied by Wiley's tuctiou room on Wash ington s'rect, to be used as a reading room. It was moved and -carried I nLi i tiie club adjourn it do so to ' meet on the first Friday in Scptctu- bcr; the "weather would then be cool er and the ouiitv conventions have ooiph-ted their woik. Hon. G. B. Taylor was thea introduced to the Hub and addies.ev theiurn the is- ues of the day and why the Rej ub ':in ticket should be elected. The pplause was long aud frequent hroiighont. The mtttlug the;i ad. uraeJ and several names were ad- f.'d to the list and now (Auar. 7, 1 p. M) the list contains just 100 names. MOXD.'.V. Mr. G. B, Taylor will go to Pies c tt iron! here. Miss Mattie Tusker has gone on c Tisit t Pinal. L'id'ey Orme, wife and Tdiss Bar tin will return home, the latter part of tuis UiOnth. J. A. B islon, Chaii-m.in T.-n;pe Democrai Club, was of tie thc cipy ntnrd ly. T-xc3 w;;! at least a cent hialiei this year than lat. Comment is un-neoessa'-y, the Bo::rd c-f Supervisors are ail Democrats. The t-dkel of excursion to S.tn Fraseisco will not take place as ar rjcsccmetits could not bo ii:ade with the railroad Cc.rapaey. E. O. S"oe-tm, one of th bpst far mers in S-i!t River Vallev, has set out three hundred f.nit frees of dlf j- fere.it varieties, this year. Grant Oury titlk j pomcrdi i of en. tns'-tz the I'nwjtix Bras Banc! to s-.TOiuptny iiirn on n.n clecttonecriai; trip aro-uid the 1 erntory. The tinaoeo cor.uniltee of tif Re 7'UblicHn Club is Geo. fais, R. Mayer and Bo i E. ASbr.tr. We ceniited it iu Saturday's is? ae bv cj:3t itcc. Li3t Satur lay evening a blood t"iirty Mongolian and a Caucasian y. jth b?od in hi eye had a Utile ret '''ftu wuich the Mongoli-in fame out ""yciiud best, Too much monev the f VTe ar'-indebted to Mr Jt!..! Mis I J. TUB, i-. Tor t'" ".. fe-uddinsr; en-tV;'-udr. of we:-.rirn-; cako an-fgoo,! .,..,,,0 ti,-.:j.-ii ire iori:e or ne it Kr.Ki D Wa npp'rs:e:..t3 both gil'i nd comjU-jient. Dr. T:-ylor lectured to a Iai-cc audien.-e t the M. 11. Church vcter I iv evening. He is an eloquent und l.i-riral Pfw aUer a-ul enmrnands Ihe a-.lention of the audience from be--giiining to cal. The R. -pnb'.h-an primaries will be hsld n"t Safirdoy. Phoenix is cn titlci to 13 of the Sndci-gntcs. Care sho d 1 be i;:i;en in the selection of the inemiK r.i i f U.e convention, and with a good ticket no fear ma' be had as to tiie result. d adurcssir.g letters. ? rote a inil won- an- F..ro unci iltKi poo, and poker frames have been in pro cress nil the time, am! lots of money in sitrht, al! id' which is indicative ol "lively timer-." Last Saturday mornins consider able rxfri'cnenl was occasioned rr. Withr!!rt'',ri street by the inmates o! ai'hincse eslaWidmient carrying a h item-in i-i off the sinsf, and on dcavoring lo'r.ill him. A liirsre crowd assembling they were forced to de sist, but on the li-per-don of ihe crowd lemmed therow, amoaglhcm. selves. The menngcrie n hioh has for some ; filial iA:rI i IX Hie L'aiJ- I INhrar-it ot Sciaci & Heine, broke j foo hist oaturday, hut before any 8-Tinis.-. I-ii:3.5 was d one, nil wef recaptured or quieted down. Mr. I Ueorsre Hen it had qiute a lively tus sle widi the bald-headed e:ir!e of the collection. AVe c;d! at tuition to flic -advertise-1.13:11 i.r Hnidiiu, Brtvton e- Co. of the Pacific Iron "works. They have an e-tribli-ihed reputation a curt z i mill builders and manufacturers of nil kinds of mining machinery. Their works are extensive nnrl thr.v ' prepared to fill all orders wi:"h i t"'mpi2:8s and to the crsrUfa -shtis- i h'.ction. Themn i:i!reof Dr. O. J. Tl.ib.Klo one of Piuvnix's most skilled phy-si'-i.in- and plmrtnacei'tista, and SXr?. Mary IeBarr ocfnired lnt niirlit at the rosiilenre of the bride. Center street r.enr V."adiin;r!oM. At 8 o'clock the eonfrnetinsr pntie were -ar. nrcd !ef;re IJev. Dr. Ilcne t. whe-i the Sf.Iemn vows v.vre administered and ilie cotiple were pronounced man a:id wife, after which those present, c.'irsi- tinff ri so:yr of I li'prtix's up per te;. participated in the stimpt irins repast, qrotten nt for tin oeraa j i n bv the accomplished and skillful o: id?. He wish them prosperity and happiness through life. TrrsD.iT. Te!f erams in the teletrrnph office f r YiT. Jlary F. Vt'iisoa and Jesns Gonzales. M;.j. H.iiaVn, Chief Iv Master of the Department of Arizona, and ('apt. Price arrived this morning from Whipple Barracks, en onte to Tucson. They express themselves as delighted with that climate and its stirroutidiafr, but "lad to return to tne ancient p'.ic'jlo. The Republic ns of this county j sliould remember that the Primaries ijtncniwi oi iieieir:,te.s to the ounty Convention, to be held on the 21st of August, will be held ou hps; Saturd ly. tiie 14; h of August. Sec to it that Vi.u send goo.i rnen to the convention, as on this depends the selection of good men lor the various Courtiy oHiccrs. and also the election of delegates ft the Territorial (V,n- yentiou to nominate a candidate for Delr-a'e to Coiiffieis. botuan it Heme have a contending time to keep the men of more leisure thiir, money our of their facto;-,- and t onciudeu last night lo shake up th :i!f.r wno mane Ins areicnranc..: Judge would-be Dis'.tict Attorney uit on ihe docket appeared. As decided, he W:is rmmperl. He lit hard. Thev raised hiiii again and agiin only "to come it over him, "as it were," with more force. Eventually he was liberated with the promise not to bother them again for a week. Mr. John D.trgie. who has for some time been iu charge of the whole sale liquor establishment of Win. B. Hooper ifc Co., in this citv, wiil, v.a understand, leave, at no distant d ty. Phoenix to take charge of one of the ri' m's numerous establishments elsewhere. This ac tion on his part, has bf n .i' ces: itated by f illing h nith. Mr. Dars'ie re-Hrt-'.s exceeitingly that he cannot re in tin in I'li.Tiiix. v.ho-e people lie has learned to like, arid his le- linffs in this respect, is reciprocated by the larje number of ft iends he has made during his stay with us. Mr. Hamilton, of San 'Francisco, will succeed him. Learning, tins morning, that there was a case of iej ro-v at a Chinese wish-house, in this place aSIIeitAi.o reporter t.trted for the place to inves ligale. Upon Brrivin.ir at ihe place an aimon ! eyed Mongolian told him that there was no sick Chinaman in that hou-e, and upon the reporter oppressing a wish to "do" the estab lishment, the Chinanian verv politelv showed Iiini all over the iiremisei and no sick C! iinainsin was found. i-rocem-.ing Ianner m Ins search, at iast after looking Ihrouirh one or two more de: s, he found a Chinaman laid out in a den ou Monroe street; but, instead of leprosy, it was some kind' f a fever that ailed the worshiper of Confucius. On Sunday lbs fi i-st Chinese Ma sonic fiiiier.;! was celebrated in Fhee nix. The 'subject-' was an ex-eook from Seymour, who died in this citv oi Saturday of romuimpiion. The funerai wns !o !:i!:e p!.?e rd 10 A. sr., but sometime before licit hour a cur ious crowd had -lathered aroun.t the ou-e in which the deceased lay, eager to catch a irlimpse of what a byMander called "ihe corpus." The body lay on the ground Moor with -mall tapers f wax and incense burning at his head ?.nd feet. It was roiied entirely in white and on its feet were a pairof well worn Chiue-e rhoes. Ou the arrival of the collin a female mourner v.ho had been hire ) for the oceassion, after arran"- ing a sott oitoin; the floor besran howl which far .Mexicans th.n n iiKf cushion ou a dry but doleful more affected the the Chine.-c. Cu placing the cofiin in the hearse the i rocession formal and wiih the i PhT'lix BrJiSS B.md. with Prof. ! Kelly ;it the head, marched to the "ra ey ird, where, aiuid more incense burning and firecracker shootino-, J.hii:iie was deposited to await that iuy when his bones shad be resur rected i.iid returned to China. Lr.L-t evening about 8 o'clock, Mrs. V es-ill, the new Ir.njlady at tb.e Bank E ;ch,inge Hotel, coinr- out of tier room, for a few minutes, closed the door, and upon her return found it s.isutiy ajar. As she passed the door she glanced in ana perceived tne head of a man. He was watch ing her very intently. She immedi ately asked l.im what lie was doiiiir, and what he wanted, to both of which ! questions lie replied- "Notliinir.'' I iie i hen requested hi;n to conn: en' - which lie did, and she. holding on to ! him, sUrtc-d tor the Jia!) dour. Mrs. ! Uessel pulled him sdong as far as ! she couid, toward the back entrance ! to ihe ciiiiin r room, and screamed for help. He immediately pulled ; away from her and ran, but left a j portion of hli f-hirt sleeve in Ler pos- ! session, .she at once gave the alarm, j a;:d a Hki; .T.T reKrter in company! with Sheriff McDonald, started in purs.uii. In the meantime the thief, I tramp or wlmicvi-r lie may be, went j over to the arcade Brewery, and got j a coat he had left Ihcr,', then pn- j ceeded over to the hotel and seated I hims; If in front of Jfr. Ganz, the ! nropi ielor. ?dr-Ganz, thinking he I might lie the man. tried lo open a rersation with him, and thu3 ;ret j :f)n pare n piece ot the shirt that NVcssels bad torn from the fel rm, but he becoming sus "V.vcd off, and Mr. Ganz AY hen they got down dd" of Irvine's store, the ' stopped. a"d l timing on Mr. iedto know if lie. Air. G., was Jiipg him. Being answered that ly lie was lie repheti that s.ed he was ihe man wan'er', it he would explain. Mr. G. -I ''i CO!';e J.!"!!-' witi! ililll, , oui-i I Upcr- served a? :n attraction, uicnte have had full tivs Hems sefirchc', :.t the jail, a shirt wes found id oi-e of his pockets, that cvideclly had taken from some lollies line, as it was damp, as if it had been washed and then hung out o dry. He rives hi name n Chnrlie Cox, mid says that it was hrotisrh a mistake that he tot into Mrs. Wv-scll's; thai be was looking for another house. Be that as it may, lie wiil probaidy iiel a few days, and :m di-uht the lesson will teac h him o be cireful in the future where he :JoCS. v,-r.Exi-:saAY. There is a in lvcment on foot to or ganize a military company. Xo-.v is the time thnt t'ue small boy singelh the sor: ot the .vutcrnielon. Henry 7,'orsan, v.ho was so badly btrutea l.y Indians a s-hort time since is lnprsr.ig. Tliis niorniii's Blaok Canyou staue was tilled to ove. liuwiDg wiih fleeinj Pre:scotli!es. Bast evening the Band sjavc Miss Loutjt and Miss Heua Barton a sere nade iu ho;:crof Miss Barton's rcluru from a trip to the mountains. Berber's new brewery builuinrr is being nudied forward ij coinpletioii as rapidly as possible. The walls behitj nearlv completed aud a portion of the flooring laid. Rev. G. H. Adams, Superintendent of the MethOilisl Ciiurch in Atizona, came in from Preseo't on this uiorii ing's Black Canyon stae. He has arone to Tern ye lo spend a few tlavs. i Pnfessor Kelley has received an 1 oih( r lot if new uiu-ic for the Bj:n ! amoii; which are ''Songs from Heaven," hv Str.ius?, and the "Turk ish Patrol,"' by Th. .Michielis. With Prof. Ke'.ley as their teacher the boys wiil undoubted!- have the "boss ' band tf the Territory. In our article yesterday about, the Chiiiam-iu who was suspected ol having leprosy, c inadvertantly stated that our reporter was informed ihat it was located "the other side of tiie Bnik Exchange Il'iiel," when it should liuc beea i:i Murphy's old stand. A drunken Mexican walked up to. tiie bar cf one of cur tiivt-class saloons last eveniair, called for a diink and upon being supplied with the liquor proceeded to invite all oe. his friends to have a drink out of the glass, after going all round walked up to the smiling barSeeper and in a irrando-e'oquent manner informed the mier of drinks that he wouldn't pay for it. The last seen of him he was looking for a betfstcak to plaster up his eyes. Programme for (his evening s j open air concert, on the 1 laza. Morning Glory Quickstep .Butler Little Glacie Quickstep Webb TI, .on-If til lr iV-tlir Tw-llir j p..ink and File Quickstep. ,Wh--aad i. n..: . ... 1 -li-i.i. Cornelia Waltz likoli , Pus-ton Flower Qutikstep Bilse I Inii t rivate Quickstep .Keller weet Memories W Itz. . Keller -4 Ro'ier Callop Keller Imperial Quickstep Keller Here's Health Guliop Roilinou Coucert lo commence at 7 :;50 sharp. O. II Kei.lt, Ik.nd Master. THCHSDAY The Miner is agitating the division of the Territory. C. II. Xaylor has gone to Hot Springs near Sau Bernardino oa a vacation. The- Bulletin spenks of Yanapar county, Arizona. Will some one nfoiui us where it is? The Band gave their regular enn eercert ou tiie Plaza la.-t evening. The noys treatpd the audience to sev eral new selection-;, which were ren dered iu tine style. Yve learn that Mr. A. ,T. McNeil has received a fine business sign which he will .-wini? to the breeze in a few days, in front of his phu o of business It wns painted in San Jose, Cal., an ! is a tine specimen of the paintt r's art. Republicans! don't forget the primaries S ,tunby. Turn out in force and see ihat none but men that are known to be good and true are elected delegates to the Convention. Upon the purity nail honesty of the nominees of the Convention rest our hopes of success. We want men th t the enemy can cast no tint of wrong upon their escutcheon. With such ni"n a- our standard bearers we can and will march onward to the most glorious victory ever won by any party in this Territory. Citioie-. Pi!:k--ix, August 9, 1SS0. Editor II iiiai.d Nond-script is tjood but wc have described and will do a lii.de more of it Sir. Rigs wishes the fiirures produc-d. We win -I ye. ace bvait: iu-.e ;uiniaciory aim lunuiug itiaj ine n cent steal ot ! I the Democrats to 14 7-10 mil is steal of j I Ihe Republicans in. 15 years each of ' i the Democratic and Republican ad- I : ministration. The Republican ad ! ministration between 18155 aud 18S0 j has paid off 7,000.000 of the na j lional debt and reduced the annual i volume of interest by $71,000,000. i Between 1S47 and lSol Democratic j administration added $13,000,000 to j the debt. Iu 18G1 the government was paying 12 per cent on money borrowed for current expenses; now, the tour per cent bonds are at a pre mium all over the world. This ex cludes the Mexican war and stili the Democrats want a change. Yes, we called for names and hsrurcs, which, we are happv to sav differ from the report you published as vou said you had 79 names in your issue of the 3d ml in mnr issue" nf the 4th onlv show (i but we. presume it was a mistake in the count for fiirures will not lie. You also say we have names j that do not represent a vote, possible l but not probable. T'iOe men vou refer to are ill! alive. AVe have no dead men's names, as you have ia j-ourlist. You must keep the min utes, etc , of- your club very aeccu rately when you say you can produce the names you had Tuesday noon to the number of forty. Doyoatime and date each name as it is put down? Otherwise we cannot believe j oti, n "Demomit, the idea! Finally, v.- will say Don E. Abbott bail no I r?:!-.-t. in !hf. writing r.f tti flrtiflf ji Nondesciipt wrote. Since Hon. G- j B. Taylor's speech our list lias in- creased several instead of decreasing as the Democrats claim it will. You need have no fears of our success, as we will certainly not permit Republi cans to tumble so easily. The lew you claim we have will remain true and in all probability be a few more than you have any idea of, if such is not idrcadv the case. A. L. G. The Xew I'oute to Uto'oe. C. Spence, formerly of Gillett, is packing witii 1:5 mules from Cava nefs ranch to G lobe City over the route laid out for a wagon road by Bishop A F. McDonald, of Mesa City. Cavane-s ranch is at the foot of the mountains, 25 miles duo east of Met a City over a plain. This rente rises on a gradual ascent and defends in the same tr.arner, in almost ti direct easternlt-course, striking Pinal Creek aboti) one aid a hidf miles below the Miami quartz mill, on Pfial Crick p:issirg, from vilobe City, ihis way. for 25 milt"!, 'hrou'di a rich mineral ! region !!y deve! opirg. I C has. T., Hayden. I FREIGHT FACTS. Arrivals at Maricopa Railroad Las! WesK. by Speciaiiy Collected fcrths Fhtenix 'Jlerald." Friday S3. rtllKNIX. Asher & E,-. 10 su:.d, 553 ; 1 pkg: E Irvine & Co. SO sunn, 1750. J M Gregory, 1 car lumber, 23,G'J0. rl! ESCOiT. T W Otis, 27 sund, 2iS0. B H Weaver, 1 pkg, 110. "i Gold water fc Son, 11 sund, 1135. Head & Co, 15 sund, G'JO. MCDOWELL. J Y T Smith, 11 sund, 12C5. A A II 31, 18 sund, 4757. TiPTor. St J & I 1 pkg, 200. AI'.VCIIE. A A Q M, 40 stinJ, 2591. TEilPE. J T Priest, 8 sund, 250. Saturday, 7. rntEsix. G E Bro.vn, 2 sund, 1S8. E Irvine & Co, 7 sund, 1590. G Coats, 7 sund, iGX 3 W Craig, 2 sund, 75. SO DESTINATION GIVEN. R C Powers, 5 sunJ, 530. TEMPE. Ilayden, 1 pkg, S3. PUESCOTT. Dougherty Bros, 2 sued, 940. WHITTLE. Agt 12 Inlantry. 2 sund, 150. Sonday, S. PUvEXIX. D E Abbott, 11 sund, S15. G E Brown, 3 Mind, 00. Wing On Lung, 42 pkgs, 2490. Sing Chong, 17 sund. 1100. JYTSr.ii'.h, 4.5 sund, 1310; 23 sun. I, 13i)5, VULTCT.E. J Hunt, 5 sun. I, 550. PKESCO'IT II Marshal), 1 pkg, 110. Dr Ainsworth, 1 pkg, 100. Bash lord & Co, 2 sund, 200. M Wollenburg, 22 sund, 1105. GILLETTE. Tip-Top mine, 2 pkgs, 33; ! sund, TEiTPE. Ilayden, 3 sund, 215. APAC'IIB. A A Q M, 140 sund. 5005. Wednesday, 11 PHCENIX. Goldberg & Sou, 1 bacon, 4G3; 4 lard, 690. G K Brown, 2 lemons, 140. M L Peraita, I picture frame, 130. L P Nash, 4 pkgs assay g'ods, etc, 133. G F Coats, 5 can goods, 2 crackers, 420. J M Bryan, 25 wagon stock, 1580. m'dowell. A Q M, 32 milse, 22S9 ; 52 wngon stock, 4015. YULTCltn. J Hnt, 3 pipe and II W, 530. GILLETTE. J Anderson, 43 groc and can gocls, 2810. VEIIDE. A A Q M, 7 radse. 813. APACHE. A C S, 10 comsy prpty, 873. WHIPPLE. A C S, 13 comsry prop, 1151. Chief C S Dept Ar, 1 envelopes, PUESCOTT. R Carroll. 4 whisUy, 700. Dr O Lincoln, 4 bitters, 130. E Ilerxog, 2 lemons, 130. NO DESTINATION MARKED. J P Gleaon, 1 pkg, 165. communicated J lo the Expositor. Phienix, August 9. Ia reply to a certain editorial ia tiie !asi i;sue of the Expositor, sdsi- ia ,hat wfcen ii gentleman present was called upon for a speech, he aro;e to his feet and said that while lie "always voted the Republican ticket heretofore, lie could not do so this time, as he had fought under General Hancock and knew what he was, and would support the Demo cratic ticket for his sake,'" I would i state that no such remarks were ever made by any spetiEer at the Republi can meeting al Tempe. The gentle man alluded to spoke as follows: "The nomination of Hancock by the Democrats is a good one, and the fight between the two generals will be a hard contested one. I have fought under Hancock several years, followed hini through many battles, and have found him to be a good soldier. Many speakers on both sides who talk about war, rebellion, secession, slavery, etc., have never sinelled powder, or shouldered a musket fot their country." The Ex positor will be badly mistaken if it thinks tiiat the nomination of Han cock has induced another good Re publican of Phoenix to go over to the ene.Tiy, Never, my dear friend, the 2d day of November will show whether the speaker referred to is a Republican or a Democrat. The party composing said article in the tv - . ,c;t.r did. nor linen xvmi.ro I enough to sigu his name to it, as he knows vt-ry well that he told an in fernal lie, and the Expositor should not publish such articles as an edi torial, bui have It as a correspondence with the name of his correspondent, or his initials, attacked to it. Yours, F. K. Item oval, AVe have moved our stock of Mer chandice to the hall of Woolsey A: Wentworth, for a few weeks, until our old store is renovated. II Goldberg & Son. JO REtVAKIl, By order cf the Board of Super visors of Maricopa Oounly, A. T., I am Htitliorized to offer a reword of S"00 for the wrest and conviction ot the liitirderer or murderers of Dan iel Peitt ich, kil'.cd on the night of Julv 13th, l-i5d, at Jlor-'ttu's Ferry, iiu'ricupa. C'ouutv, Arizona. It. h. Thojjas, SkeviJ'' Maricopa Co., A. T, Written for the Herald. I.atCMt from Guusisrlit Tlline. Out of a shaft, oue hundred and botch ty. Issues a shout both hearty and loud, Eureka, Eureka, echoes the Gau sighter. A vein of sulphure's. seven feet v. ide. Thump the urii!, now harder than ever, Down into depth, far deeper still, Lies the glittering horde of silver. Humboldt's pro; hedis fulfilled; Long theiock-ribbed hills have hid den, Long in unseen silence lay, Silver treasures now i py ieldit'g, Thousands to tiie siiiht of day. Pile it up, and let the sunshine, Carry its beauty to tlu skies, Silver tippinir cionds and rainbow, Before its brightness, oxidize. Shout again, ye Gvinsight miners, Let old prospectors hear the ring, That new hopes may ence more lead them Over the mountains lo try again. Guxsigiiteii. July 28, 1SS0. 1UAPE. inizatson of a Gar.:ie and Arthur Club. Or rr? id The UlU Village Falling Into Republican Ranks. Lr.a Sid u; day ovenmsr the Repub licans met at the school house in thtir village for the purpose of or ganizing a Garfield and Arthur cam paign club. Mr. C. P. Ilarristn was chosen temporary chairman, and Mr. Wm. Slaughlin acted as secretary. Resolutions expressive of the ne cessity of the party.s placing in nom ination for and clccti.ig to office its best and mot capable men were adopted as the senc of the meeting All desiring to enlist for the cam paign under the Garfield banner were invited to come forward and enroll. Twelve responded to the invitation. Couimitt-es on perma nent organization, oa constitution and by .laws, on finances and on solic iting members were appointed. Par ticular attention was paid to the se lection of men for the last njmtd committee, and, judging 1)3' tiie "rustling" abilities of those com posing it, the club membership will swell rapidly. On the completion of routine business, addresses were called for and iu response JL-DCtE WILKES Addressed the meeting in I.i usual tsrse and entertaining style. The careers of the parties were reviewed, not only in the country at large, but in our own county aud Territory. Laying before Lis hearers the condi tions of the country under Demo cratic and Republican admiaitlra lict's, he ? iked thit t.':i:y he consid ered carefully and without prejudice, and that each, and cvety one would then cast his vote uninfluenced bv feelings of friendship or regard. F. A. SttAT Was nest called. He was no orator, he said, but when sue-!: r.'.ea as those who bot.sted that they would "call the iv 11 of their slaves at the foot of Bunker Hill" ami those who wot Id "make slavery the corner stone of a republic," emleavoiv 1 to grasp the reius of National Go'crnmeni, he felt that it was his du'y as a citizen and a lover cf his com. try to raise hi-, voice in protest again.-t such- a sur render. Jill. DKCKKJt Referred Lis auditors to home ad ministration if they desired to learn the result of a Democratic regime. All that was necessary to examine was the financial condition of tiie country to-day, and when it was sur rendered into their hands. Then the county revenue was found sufiicient to pay all expenses, to-day the county was "nearly 100,1100 iii debt, and DciiiociatiecClctrs were still piling it ou. DON E. ABIICTT Felt that now, tts ihe D.'inocrata had forced (lie drawing of party lines by mal administration, it only remained with the Republicans to make them regret it, by returning the Republi can nominees to county oliices in No vember. This he felt certain they could do by earnest, energetic, and incessant work, and advised every Republican to make the hone -t suc cess of his party ia November a per sonal matter. C. P. HARRISON Knew that the Republicans of Phoe nix would be satisfied with their brethern in Tempe, when the cam paign opened. He vouched for the staying qualities of the Tempe Re publican, and satisfactory return j from the Tempe precinct in Novtm her. SERGEANT Kl UNE Was the next on the floor, and with j a short ringing speech brought down the house. "He was," he said, "one of the second army co-ps, and one who had fought four. years under General Hancock, but. nevertheless he felt it liis duty to work so lar as he was able airainst the return of those men, asNatioual rulers, against whom he and so many other Union soldiers had fought in tnder to pre serve the Union, and at whose hands hn and soldier comrades had suffered the misseries of rebel prisons ia all their reality and hideousness. Speeches were also made by Dr. Sheets, Messrs. Wm. Lougklin, Henry Fowler, Judge Dunnani and AV'm". O O'Neill. The meeting was en thusiastic iu the extreme, and cne hat speaks well for the Republican ism of Tempe, and will as one of the speakers said, "w.-.ke up the Bourbons, and keep thria 'on the jump,' " if they iiitcnrl to accomp lish anything in November. The Annual Con vein ion of the American UanUcrs Association will be held at Saratoga on the Dili. lC'li and 18th eif this mouth. Over 7.000 invitations have been issued to the hanks and hankers at home and abroad, and to judge from present appearances tiie attendance will rreatly exceed that of any previous vcar. A decent ly-drcpsed v.or.ir. m c;;:ne to a photograph!-;.. rec ndy to hae tiie f orti-fiit of fi is wife t;die:;. AWiiie the eiper.itor was nrransriu? his claii era, the hushand thmi!lit fit to give some advice to the companion of his life concerning her pose "Think of something serious," he 1 ;.id ; "or else you will hsuuli and spoil it. Remem ber that your father is in prison, aud that .your brother had to compound with his creditors; and t:y to imag ine what would have become of you if I li.id lif t take: piiv etf vou.'" - " L - MISCELLANEOUS. CALL FOU Republican Primariss. f rjpHE following person? JL will act as Judges of Election for the difi'ercnt points mentioned, a- the primary election, to be held on Saturday, August 14, 1SS0, for the purpose of electing delegates to the -Republican County ConYention, to Le held at Phoenix, on Saturda', the 21st day of August, IS SO. at 10 o'clock, a. m: Phoenix, - 13 delegates, Y"m. A.. -Hancock. Tempe, - 2 delegates, A. Decker. Mesa City and Utahville. 1 delegate, R. 11. Rogers. McDowell and Verde, 1 delegate J. Y. T. Smith. Reno. - 1 delegate, J. W. Prather. McMillan. - 2 delegates, M. W. Mather. Cave Creek, C H. Wickenburg, II. W. Seymour, - - 1 delegate, Tail. - 1 delegate. Klein, 1 delegate, Julius Sampter Steamboat Rock, 1 deh cat" John Danforth. Wheatfield and Richmond Basin, 1 delegate, WM. ISAACS, Chiraman, Central Committee. Geo. F. Coats. Sccretaiy. s fc" si ii 1st M '-A s D " S i 3 niBnix. C A PAID FOR E3 1 Eri fcd siombnnaing Done at the Salt Ii'ER Flouring Mills, EastjPhoo nix. 1TATHAUIEL HOSS, iristor. .VOTIVE. The undersigned has this daAT ceased all connec tion with the house of Wm. B. Hooper & Co., and will hereafter be connected with the Wholesale Liquor establishment of Oilman, Walker & Co., south-west cor. California and Frost Sts, San Francisco, Cal. John McCo.vnachie. Phoenix, Julv 20,'SO. lm The Power of Attorney to John ATcConnachie and John Dargie, dated Febru ary 20th, 18S0, is hereby revoked and a new power of attorney given to John Dargie and Henry D. Pol hem us. Wm. B. Hooper & Co. DON. E. ABBOTT, Ins. Agent and Collector. AGEStT FOK Frank Bros , San Francisco", Cal., E ALE US IX Wagons, Harrows, Cultivators, Plows, Grain Drills, Seed Sowers And Pumps. ALSO ALL KIXBS OF Machinery & Hardware. ItK'i; IMII) FOB .1UIS, Iu payment for All Kinds of Machinery. E3?OFl'ICE At the Phoenix Fionr JlilJ. DOX E. ABBOTT. si m a i s Wm. B. Hooper & Co., Importers and Wholesale Dealers in FOREIGN AND WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, Wm. B. Hooper, gV ,'as. Auld, Jno. S. Carr, S&ff Carter Tevis. John Dargie Honry D. PMOEIX, A. T. Sole Agents for Arizona and HZW JiexiCO, for the Celebrated J. A. Miller Chicken Cock "Whisky. Manufactured by "WHITE & ALEXANDER, OF KENTUCKY. None Genuine unless branded J. A. rsifierGid Bourbon Ofstilierv. Sole Agents for Arizona WHISKIES, Louisville, "Hardy's Own," "Our Choice, "Old 'Early Dawn,' Sole Agents Pacific Coast BOURBON The Coronct; AH of the aLove AA'liiskies are ot our own Importation, direct from Louisville, Kv.; are inieqv.altd in delicacy and iluvor, and superior to'1 any AYc Whiskies ever o3red m this -..vi'.e attention to our extensive stock cf WINE'S, Foreign and : T,.mes:ic. HITTERS, a t V V( !!!' VTJ -i'd v-j---, - . tirst - cla Our Assop.t.mkn IMPORTED an. be fiiund complete if S.!' .edge luppsies MASONIC, ODD FELEOAVS, KNIGHTS OF PYTinS, I. O. R. 31., cle. rplIK HERALD PcWishinsr I'omptnt arc a?-iiis lur the hourc cf h 5. ASM SI BONG & CO.. Detroit, supply all jrotuls in the MiriY-iri'Ti. ai.fl can aiove line on Cue SlKM tt'iil ouce. i-ir- ('ataloguoa sent on application. l&rc$ GOSPER & McCLINTOCK, PHCE-OX, ARIitOXA The Plaza Stable Itavinj at all times the BEST OF FEED Accommodations for Kcrsss, Of any in "Northern .Arizoua. Tbe nndcr-M,;u-d desires t thank hie cuMemurs loi ltii-ir f.irmiM- pulroiii'.e. aud ri-qn-ts a con-tieiuint-i-. ay v, !l as Lo invilo ail ottiere u qivu him a cull- J. T. SHVLL, Fast side riaza, Prescctt, A. T, . mil Save Your Money, AND BRING A" OUR Watches, Clocks Jewelry, etc., ic. -TO Practical AA'atch Makei: a:;d Jewelek PHCENIX, AEIZONA. Boot and Shos Maker. Wastiington btr'Cet,E.:ljoi:ii:s tin- torc oi" C'asiaiieda. Fa-hiouato Boos aid Shoes of the bes: material niutie to order in ulf-grfut tityio. Perfect Fits Guaranteed. I civ my entire atti;ntinii to custom ntaric work, and" I uie every l:icii:'y for trivni entire s-atisfuct ion. ScI iu vnur ordr,. FAiLILIES & DEALERS CAN II AVE F re s h F r ti i 1 1 TUT ON THE CAES at COI.TON every Jl evmiina, for al! parts ofth,- Territorv. al re,!Pouj.i rar-s. and convenient pack us, by sending to JAMES BOYD, Riverside, S in Be- h-miin.t Co., "'.-, ju!--31ia DOMESTIC PoShemus, Joint IVSanasers, for the tiie followiu g tnwncc Manufactured by J. Hardy Co., Kentuck3r. 'Trivate Stock," Rye," "Old Kentucky" "'Old Reserve,' for the of thefavorite J!d Kentucky I Log Cabin. market l-;r!0 MIN'FTliT.'lVA'tT.nS lM T,ifiior .Icir h , . .. - s ho'is". 3v anv f CI-GASS.kctli i.'O.MES'flC will in Every R -spi ct. - Jsf5r - ' United States Brewery Cor. Jefferson & Centre Sts., Phcsnix, Arizona. Gustav Bscher, Prop'r. I manufaclure the BEST EEER brewed ou the Pacific Coast. Grcwer, Michael Wurch, Well kno-wn throughout this country and Al'cxico, as tiie best in his pro fession WHOLESALE DEALER, Selling Ly the Hogshead, Barrel, Keg, Case. or Glass. To suit all orders and de mands. Bottled Beer a Specialty, And warranted to retain and preserve its Healthful Qualities in all rlimates ind countries, aud guaranteed to be obiV.v impervious to all climatic inicuces. BECKER'S RESTAURANT. Court House Block, Meals at alt hours, and Board ly the Month, AATctk or Day The T.ic.'.e coast mtly supplied with the best ia thii Market, "Courteous Empioyecs. Hoard bv the A.ttc-n:i'.u from Month. LX. .... '.:2.cto ft. V U-lsfJ; I : itlSCXLLANECr I i n i?organ& ...AND.... forsc'5 5t:o3 aa th G'.' riui;:ix. a: t. ffi.j l rs Dc't it G PvOCur,Tr.5 CLOTHING I DRY GGvI?, i O I TODACC05. CICAE5t Ere. At prices to .;u:t tljr-"' y Dest Flour, S Twelve Loaves! Crackers of ai! 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